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Our attorneys are immersed in the domestic and international business activity that flows through New York City.

We’re in board rooms advising on governance and sophisticated corporate transactions and leading public and private financing deals for high profile projects. We have significant Wall Street experience navigating clients through corporate finance, IPOs, SEC compliance shareholder disputes and project finance. And we offer the full range of services companies need to maintain a flow of capital.

Our NYC litigators represent a diverse range of clients including banks, real estate companies, energy providers, telecommunications companies and insurers. They are seasoned trial lawyers who handle class actions, government investigations, complex litigation and international arbitrations and disputes anywhere in the world.

We have a robust team helping to develop the NYC of tomorrow. Our experience spans financing for new stadiums, developing and leasing office towers, assuring a stock of affordable housing and strengthening the city’s cultural institutions. Of course, our reach extends beyond Manhattan as we help clients meet infrastructure, energy and other development needs around the world.

We are constantly focused on supporting our communities and devote significant time in support of a variety of charitable causes including aid to battered women, advocacy for the homeless, and support to refugees fleeing persecution or seeking asylum.

Cook County mulls securitization as revenue bonds face pressure

The Bond Buyer | June 11, 2019

New York City Financial Restructuring and Bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas is quoted in this story for his role as counsel to the city of Chicago in a tax securitization matter. Cook County may now emulate the securitization structure Chicago used.

Nixon Peabody boosts infrastructure reach through Squire Patton Boggs hires

The Bond Buyer | June 11, 2019

This feature highlights the arrivals of New York City partner Chris Reitzel and Albany counsel Jeff Pohl to Nixon Peabody’s growing Project Finance and Public Finance practice group.

Mod rehab and RAD: The time might be now

Affordable Housing Finance | June 10, 2019

New York City strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen and Washington DC partner Nate Cushman, both of the Affordable Housing and Real Estate practice group, co-wrote this contributed article highlighting opportunities under HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration program.

Enforceability of shortened period for suing condo sponsor

New York Law Journal | June 04, 2019

New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Erica Buckley wrote this contributed column on the statute of limitations governing the length of time unit owners and condo boards have to sue a condo sponsor. The column is part of Erica’s regular series, “Ask the Former Regulator.”

Career Tracker Lawyers on the Move

Reuters Legal | April 14, 2019

The recent additions of New York partner Chris Reitzel  and Albany counsel Jeff Pohl to Nixon Peabody’s Project Finance & Public Finance team are highlighted in Reuters Legal’s Career Tracker column.

Movers & Shakers

The Deal | April 07, 2019

The additions of New York City partner Chris Reitzel and Albany counsel Jeff Pohl to Nixon Peabody’s growing Project Finance and Public Finance practice group are highlighted in this article.

Nixon Peabody hires two from Squire

Project Finance International | April 03, 2019

The additions of New York City partner Christopher Reitzel and Albany counsel Jeffrey Pohl to Nixon Peabody’s growing Project Finance and Public Finance practice group are highlighted in this

Securities law considerations for sponsors of qualified opportunity zone funds

Insights | March 25, 2019

New York City Corporate partner Dan McAvoy wrote this contributed article for Insights, Wolters Kluwer’s corporate and securities-focused monthly journal, exploring securities law issues related to the creation of opportunity funds.

Getting off the ground

Long Island Business News | March 17, 2019

New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Aaron Yowell is quoted in this story for representing client Concern for Independent Living on a deal to build a new $25 million affordable housing project for veterans on Long Island.

Municipal bonds: The antidote for those retail investors on a low-SALT diet

The Bond Buyer | March 11, 2019

In a trends article on the municipal bond market, Nixon Peabody is mentioned as bond counsel to the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s anticipated $750M sale of Series 2019A dedicated tax fund bond notes.

‘Grossing Up’ and ‘Seller Concessions’: Advice for Sponsors

New York Law Journal | March 01, 2019

Cooperatives & Condominiums Practice Team Leader Erica Buckley, based in New York City, authored this “Ask the Former Regulator” column. The article discusses “grossing up” and “seller concessions” and what scenarios are permissible under the Martin Act in New York.

Out of the comfort zone: Newbies take to opportunity zones

Commercial Observer | January 21, 2019

New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Aaron Yowell is quoted extensively in this story on how potential investors in opportunity zones are navigating this complex new development vehicle.

Bond Buyer’s Top 10 of 2018

The Bond Buyer | December 20, 2018

The Bond Buyer’s story on the arrival of New York City Project Finance and Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin at Nixon Peabody was the third most-read article of 2018.

Financial advisory firm fights NYU ERISA suit at 2nd Circuit

Law360 | December 02, 2018

New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Kristin Jamberdino and San Francisco Labor & Employment counsel Chuck Dyke are mentioned in this article as counsel for the financial advisory firm Cammack in a dispute regarding retirement plans for workers at New York University.

10 takeaways from AHF Live

Affordable Housing Finance | November 15, 2018

New York City strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen, of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate practice group, says the new leadership of the House Appropriations Committee is likely to push the Department of Housing and Urban Development for additional financing for affordable housing.

Private developers will soon maintain 62,000 NYCHA apartments

The Gothamist | November 15, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate counsel Kathie Soroka is quoted extensively in this story about the city’s plan to use the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program to improve thousands of Section 8 apartments.

NYC real estate week in review

Law360 | November 04, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Aaron Yowell and associate Jessica Valentino are mentioned for their representation of Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement in its $29.1 million purchase of two Manhattan apartment buildings.

How Franchising and Licensing Can Be Avenues to Expand Your Fitness Business

Club Industry | October 31, 2018

In the second part of this two-part column, Nixon Peabody attorneys Kristin Jamberdino, Keri McWilliams, and Tarae Howell discuss potential avenues of expansion for fitness studios, including licensing and franchising. Click here to read Part Two.

How Franchising and Licensing Can Be Avenues to Expand Your Fitness Business

Club Industry | October 31, 2018

In this column, Nixon Peabody attorneys Kristin Jamberdino, Keri McWilliams, and Tarae Howell discuss potential avenues of expansion for fitness studios, including licensing and franchising.

How to expand your fitness business through brand management and careful investment

Club Industry | October 22, 2018

New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Kristin Jamberdino, Washington DC Corporate partner Keri McWilliams and Boston Complex Commercial Disputes associate Tarae Howell co-wrote a two-part contributed article advising boutique fitness entrepreneurs on best practices for expanding their brands. Click here to read Part One.

$4.8B Akorn ruling more outlier than shift at Chancery

Law360 | October 14, 2018

In the following coverage, Rochester Corporate partner Lori Green, Complex Commercial Disputes partners Rick McGuirk and Carolyn Nussbaum, and New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Chris Mason analyze a key ruling by the Delaware Chancery Court that affirmed the existence of a material adverse event allowing German pharmaceutical company Fresenius to back down from a merger with Akorn, Inc.

Delaware Chancery Court issues rare decision finding Material Adverse Effect justifying termination of merger

Law360 | October 14, 2018

In the following coverage, Rochester Corporate partner Lori Green, Complex Commercial Disputes partners Rick McGuirk and Carolyn Nussbaum, and New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Chris Mason analyze a key ruling by the Delaware Chancery Court that affirmed the existence of a material adverse event allowing German pharmaceutical company Fresenius to back down from a merger with Akorn, Inc.

BAML, PFM maintain top positions in rankings in slower muni market

The Bond Buyer | October 04, 2018

Project Finance and Public Finance practice group leader Ken Lind, based in New York City, is quoted in this story on Q3 and Q4 bond issuance activity and the impact of the new Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR).

Design-build a vehicle to fix New York City’s highway to hell

Bond Buyer | October 01, 2018

New York City Project Finance & Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this story about the advantages of using a design-build model for the pending reconstruction of a portion of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.

Garden State law to advance P3s, but obstacles remain

Inframation News | October 01, 2018

New York City Project Finance & Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this article about new legislation in New Jersey designed to expand to state’s ability to improve infrastructure through P3 projects.

What would Tish James do?

The Real Deal | September 30, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Erica Buckley is quoted extensively in this article about how a win for Democratic attorney general candidate Tish James could impact the city’s real estate industry.

Maintaining quality in affordable housing

Capital Tonight | September 26, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate senior strategic advisor Deborah VanAmerongen was a guest on Spectrum News’ “Capital Tonight” newscast for a panel discussion on affordable housing in upstate New York.

What would Attorney General Letitia James mean for real estate?

The Real Deal | September 18, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Erica Buckley is quoted in this article about how New York real estate will evolve if nominee Letitia James becomes the next attorney general. 

ABA calls on firms to pledge to tackle lawyer mental-health and substance-use issues

ABA Journal | September 09, 2018

The following coverage notes Nixon Peabody as one of the first law firms in the country to sign a pledge as part of the American Bar Association’s new health and wellness campaign to reduce substance use and improve mental health in the legal profession.

State AGs at odds over Google privacy pact at high court

Law360 | September 05, 2018

This article mentions Complex Commercial Disputes partners Chris Mason, Sarah André, Dan Deane and Seth Horvath as counsel for The New York Bar Foundation and The New York State Bar Association in an amicus brief—filed with the United States Supreme Court—in support of the approval by a California District Court, and the Ninth Circuit, of Google’s settlement involving a “cy pres” remedy in a privacy-related case.

NYC real estate week in review

Law360 | September 03, 2018

This weekly roundup of notable real estate deals mentions New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Joe Lynch’s work as counsel to affordable housing developer Breaking Ground in its $170 million purchase of a historic building in Brooklyn.

Behind the AG finance bureau’s master plan

The Real Deal | August 31, 2018

New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Erica Buckley provides commentary in this article is about the impact of the New York Attorney General Real Estate Finance Bureau’s work to modernize operations, strengthen enforcement and broaden its scope.

New York's MTA plans $220 million green bond sale one week after downgrade

Bond Buyer | August 14, 2018

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as co-bond counsel for a planned sale of $220 million of Series 2018B transportation revenue refunding green bonds by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Norton Rose Fulbright Bryan Rabbino named NY City GO co-bond counsel

Bond Buyer | July 31, 2018

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article for its appointment to co-bond counsel to the New York City Municipal Water Authority.

Smart alliance: How to choose your business partner

The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce | July 31, 2018

New York City Corporate partner Dick Langan wrote this contributed article outlining the factors to consider before partnering with another company on a business venture.

Cautious welcome for NJ P3 bill

P3 Bulletin | July 25, 2018

New York City Project Finance and Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this article discussing a recent bill passed by New Jersey legislators that could increase the frequency of public-private partnership (P3) projects.

Forming opportunity funds: Expecting startups by year-end

TaxCredit Advisor | June 30, 2018

Chief Innovation Officer Aaron Yowell, also a New York City Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner, is quoted in this article discussing the pace of progress on forming opportunity funds. Click here to read the full article: “Forming opportunity funds: Expecting startups by year-end

LaGuardia AirTrain RFQ expected to be issued by year end

InfraAmericas | June 26, 2018

New York City public finance and project finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this article discussing the advantages of using a public-private partnership to complete “key public projects that have to be brought in on schedule.”

U.S. airports on the runway

Project Finance International | June 25, 2018

Project Finance and Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin, together with group leader Ken Lind and partner Virginia Wong, all from New York City, contributed this article on the increasing usage of the P3 model in U.S. infrastructure projects.

Podcast: The art of the P3

The Bond Buyer | June 21, 2018

New York City public finance and project finance partner Roddy Devlin is a guest on the Bond Buyer podcast and shares his experience in public-private partnerships, infrastructure and design build; and discusses Nixon Peabody’s strength in the growing P3 sector.

Size matters: fishy ways of measuring of co-ops and condos

Habitat | June 17, 2018

New York City affordable housing and real estate partner Erica Buckley is quoted in this article on the varying standards for measuring square footage in for-sale units in New York City.

At star-studded 443 Greenwich, condos are smaller than advertised

The Real Deal | June 12, 2018

New York City affordable housing and real estate partner Erica Buckley is quoted in this article discussing the debate within the city’s real estate market over how to measure the square footage of condominium units and co-ops.

Crain's 5 coolest offices in New York 2018

Crain’s New York | June 10, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s New York City office is highlighted in Crain’s New York as one of the five coolest offices in the city. NP is the only law firm to be included in this year’s list.

Sizing up the AG contenders

The Real Deal | May 31, 2018

New York City affordable housing and real estate partner Erica Buckley, who was formerly chief of the Real Estate Finance Bureau in the state attorney general’s office, is quoted in this story for her perspective on how a new leader will change the office’s approach to housing law.

Nixon Peabody scoops up P3, project finance pro in NY

Law360 | May 24, 2018

Media coverage of the arrival of New York City public finance and project finance partner Roderick “Roddy” Devlin continues with this profile in Law360, which highlights some of Roddy’s largest recent deals, including the $4 billion public-private partnership to upgrade New York’s LaGuardia Airport.

Nixon Peabody beefs up NY real estate group with new partner, new practice

American Lawyer | May 23, 2018

Affordable housing and real estate partner Erica Buckley and project finance and public finance partner Roddy Devlin are both quoted in this article announcing an expansion of our real estate practice in New York City.

Ten years after Chapter 9 filing, Vallejo looks ahead

The Bond Buyer | May 17, 2018

New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas is quoted in this article about how things have changed over the last decade in the city of Vallejo, California, since filing for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in 2008.

Law360 names attorneys who moved up the firm ranks in Q1

Law360 | May 06, 2018

In this roundup of promotions to partner and firm management positions, 14 attorneys from Nixon Peabody are highlighted. The 11 attorneys promoted to partner are Ellie Altshuler, Mark Beaudoin, Erik Birkeneder, Hannah Bornstein, Chris Browning, Barry Carrigan, Keri McWilliams, Matt Mullen, Steven Richard, Charles Tamuleviz and Alison Torbitt. In addition, Kenneth C. Lind was promoted to leader of the firms’ public finance practice group, Justin Thompson was promoted to office managing partner in LA, and Aaron Yowell was promoted to chief innovation officer.

Franchisee fraud: When fraud threatens a franchisor's good name

Journal of Corporate Renewal | April 30, 2018

Boston financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Rick Pedone and New York City counsel Chris Desiderio authored this article about the steps and strategies franchisors and franchisee lenders must take to mitigate exposure to potential fraud.

Time to express interest in federal water infrastructure loans

Law360 | April 28, 2018

San Francisco energy and environmental partner Alison Torbitt, New York City project finance partner Scott Singer and Rochester senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford co-wrote this article outlining an EPA loan program for new water infrastructure projects.

The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance

Global Legal Group | April 19, 2018

New York City global finance partner Alexandra Margolis and public company transactions partner Dick Langan, and Boston global finance associate Mary Beth Ciullo co-wrote a chapter in the 2018 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance, on LIBOR issues.

When is Final, Final? Appeals from § 363(m) Findings

ABI Journal | April 04, 2018

New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy counsel Chris Desiderio and Manchester financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Dan Sklar are co-authors of this article analyzing two recent circuit court decisions that may have exposed a weakness in the bankruptcy court sale-and-approval process.

Above & Beyond: Honoring 30 of New York’s Most Remarkable Women

City & State New York | March 26, 2018

New York City affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen has been named one of the New York’s most remarkable women for her work on housing policy.

NYCHA on the brink

Affordable Housing Finance | March 26, 2018

New York City affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen provides thought leadership on New York City and state funding for public housing.

Career Tracker: Lawyers on the Move

Reuters Legal | March 25, 2018

This roundup of personnel moves in the legal industry mentions the recent appointment of New York City partner Ken Lind as public finance practice group leader.

MTA bringing $100 million to market in shadow of S&P downgrade

The Bond Buyer | March 20, 2018

This article about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) plan to sell $100 million in transportation revenue variable rate refunding bonds mentions Nixon Peabody as co-bond counsel for the sale.

Movers & Shakers

The Deal | March 19, 2018

This executive news roundup mentions the recent appointment of New York City partner Ken Lind as public finance practice group leader.

Career Tracker: Lawyers on the Move

Reuters Legal | March 18, 2018

New York City public finance practice group leader Ken Lind is included in this executive news roundup for his recent promotion.

Nixon Peabody Picks Partner Lind to Lead Public Finance Practice

The Bond Buyer | March 14, 2018

CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher is quoted in this article on the appointment of New York City public finance practice group leader Ken Lind. The promotion of Rochester public finance partner Barry Carrigan is also highlighted.

Demo Plan Collapses as WV Houses Go Market Rate

The Villager | March 08, 2018

New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley is mentioned in this article for representing the board of the West Village Houses complex as it transitions from an HDFC co-op to a normal co-op.

5 Ways Tax Reform Will Impact M&A

Mergers & Acquisitions | February 07, 2018

New York City public company transactions partner Dick Langan is quoted in this article on how new federal tax legislation will impact investments in infrastructure, manufacturing and family funds.

New York City’s Fanciest Offices Are Absolutely Jaw-Dropping

New York Post | January 17, 2018

This article on the most attractive office spaces in New York City highlights Nixon Peabody’s Midtown Manhattan office and includes a quote by New York City managing partner Joe Lynch.

What the tax bill means for the middle market

Mergers & Acquisitions | December 21, 2017

In this Q&A, New York City public company transactions partner Dick Langan discusses the new U.S. tax reform and which industries will benefit the most from the changes.

How cash-strapped Chicago snagged a triple-A rating for its new bonds

Wall Street Journal | December 02, 2017

In this article on Chicago’s $3B bond sale, New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas is quoted for advising the city.

Blank Rome, Nixon Peabody steer $53M loan for Bronx apartments

Law360 | November 27, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Aaron Yowell counseled Park Management Inc. in its $53 million acquisition of a seven-floor apartment building in the Bronx serving lower-income renters.

Public-private partnerships see limited application in NY

Rochester Business Journal | November 16, 2017

Rochester real estate partner Bruce Baker and New York City global finance counsel Alex Yim were quoted in this feature on the increasing use of public-private partnerships to fund projects in cities across the U.S.

Chicago securitization bond pitch to investors begins in earnest

The Bond Buyer | November 13, 2017

This article lists Nixon Peabody as transaction counsel for the city of Chicago and its new highly rated sales tax securitization and quotes New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas.

City Offering $250 Million to Mitchell-Lamas to Stay Put

Habitat | October 31, 2017

This article quotes New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley regarding Major Bill de Blasio’s $250M offering plan to preserve Mitchell-Lamas in the city.

NY MTA board weighs $573M deal to replace MetroCards

Bond Buyer | October 24, 2017

This article mentions Nixon Peabody for serving as co-bond counsel in New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s design-build agreement with Cubic Transportation Systems Inc. to replace MetroCards with a new fare payment system.

Heavy debt crushed owners of Toys ‘R’ Us

Wall Street Journal | September 18, 2017

San Francisco financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Lou Cisz is quoted in this article on the factors that led to retailer Toys ‘R’ Us’ bankruptcy filing.

The incredible shrinking Mitchell-Lama program

Habitat | September 06, 2017

New York affordable housing partner Erica Buckley is quoted in this article about the state of the Mitchell-Lima affordable housing program in New York.

The war inside Trump Village

Crain’s New York | August 20, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley provides commentary on the complications that arise when apartments exit affordable housing programs.

First-half muni issuance was down in the Northeast

The Bond Buyer | August 17, 2017

This coverage notes Nixon Peabody’s jump from ninth to fourth place in Thomson Reuters’ list of top bond counsel for Northeast bond issuance for the first half of 2017.

A tour of Nixon Peabody’s modern New York City office

Officelovin’ | August 05, 2017

This article features the firm’s new New York City office space.

HDFC's Proposed Regulations Shake Up Co-op Shareholders

The Cooperator | July 26, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley provides third-party commentary about a proposed regulation by New York City’s Housing Preservation and Development department (HPD).

Lehman judge signs off on MBS claims estimation deal

Law360 | July 05, 2017

This article notes New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy group senior counsel Dennis Drebsky for representing Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. in an ongoing settlement with Lehman Brothers.

Lehman throws support behind RMBS settlement

Law360 | July 02, 2017

New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy group senior counsel Dennis Drebsky is mentioned in this article for representing Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. in a settlement with Lehman Brothers.

What’s Market: 2017 Mid-Year Trends in Large Cap and Middle Market Loan Terms

Thomson Reuters Practical Law | June 30, 2017

New York Banking & Finance partner Alexandra Margolis provides commentary on 2017 loan market trends in large cap and middle-market loan terms. Click here to read the full article.

The laterals audit: tax attorney moves in June

Law360 | June 29, 2017

The following coverage includes the arrival of New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley to Nixon Peabody.

Who’s news

Real Estate Weekly | June 29, 2017

The following coverage includes the arrival of New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley to Nixon Peabody.

HPD says new 421a “undermines” parts of inclusionary housing program

The Real Deal | June 28, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley is quoted in this article about a new rule change proposed by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development that will limit how air rights are distributed to developers.

Movers & Shakers

The Deal | June 11, 2017

This coverage includes the arrival of New York City affordable housing partner Erica Buckley to Nixon Peabody.

Nixon Peabody adds affordable housing pro from Stroock

Law360 | June 07, 2017

This feature discusses how Erica’s extensive experience, particularly in 421-A tax exemptions and the Martin Act, having previously served as the chief regulator of the Real Estate Finance Bureau of the NY Attorney General’s office, will bolster NP’s affordable housing practice.

On the move

New York Law Journal | June 07, 2017

This feature discusses how Erica’s extensive experience, particularly in 421-A tax exemptions and the Martin Act, having previously served as the chief regulator of the Real Estate Finance Bureau of the NY Attorney General’s office, will bolster NP’s affordable housing practice.

People on the move

Bloomberg BNA | June 05, 2017

This article mentions New York affordable housing partner Erica Buckley’s arrival at Nixon Peabody.

People on the move

Affordable Housing News | June 05, 2017

This article mentions New York affordable housing partner Erica Buckley’s arrival at Nixon Peabody.

The uncertain future of the TCPA in the Trump era

Bloomberg Law | May 07, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and New York City commercial litigation associate Paul Williamson contributed this article addressing the ways in which the Trump administration may affect the TCPA.

Handing over the crown

Private Funds Management | April 30, 2017

New York City private equity and investment funds partner Ted Ughetta is quoted throughout this article about succession planning for private equity firms.

Law360 names attys who moved up the firm ranks in Q1

Law360 | April 27, 2017

This article mentions recent leadership promotions at the firm including David Brown, Jared Lusk, Jim Vallee, Graham Beck, Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, Emily Crandall Harlan, Daniel Gibbons, Linda Huber, Ilana Kameros, Haydon Keitner, Darren Miller, Neal Pandozzi, Edward Puerta, Stephen Reil, and Elizabeth Young.

Nixon Peabody steers $78M Bronx apartment deal

Law360 | April 17, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Joseph Lynch is mentioned in this article as representing nonprofit HP Michelangelo Housing Co. Inc. in its acquisition of an apartment complex in the Bronx for $78.1M.

Radio broadcast segment

WNYC-FM | March 27, 2017

New York City affordable housing partner Joseph Lynch is mentioned in this radio broadcast segment discussing how the Trump Administration’s tax reform may affect affordable housing projects.

Virginia judge tees up argument over travel ban for top court

Bloomberg News | March 23, 2017

New York City commercial litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin provides third-party commentary in this article about a ruling in Virginia denying a request to block President Trump’s March 6 executive order that restricts travel to the U.S. from six countries with majority Muslim populations.

Opportunistic deals lead the leveraged loan market to a strong start in 2017

Bloomberg Law BNA’s Banking Report | March 19, 2017

New York Banking & Finance partner Alexandra Margolis contributed this article about her outlook on the leveraged loan market for 2017. Click here to read the full article.

Trump's travel ban: How could Hawaii block it?

Al Jazeera | March 15, 2017

New York City commercial litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin was quoted in this article about a Hawaii federal judge’s issuance of a temporary restraining order on President Trump’s travel ban.

Evaluating SEC Plan For New Municipal Issuer Disclosures

Law360 | March 12, 2017

Public finance partners Julie Seymour (Chicago), Liz Columbo (New York) and Dan Deaton (Los Angeles) published a contributed article on the SEC’s proposed amendment to Exchange Act Rule 15c2-12 and what it could mean for market participants.

MTA well-positioned, says debt management official

The Bond Buyer | January 23, 2017

This article notes Nixon Peabody as co-bond counsel for the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) upcoming transactions which include issuing transportation revenue BANS as well as dedicated tax fund bonds.

Trump's tax plan isn't even law and already it's taken a toll on city's affordable housing projects

Crain’s New York Business | January 17, 2017

New York City office managing partner and affordable housing partner Joe Lynch is quoted in this article about how the Trump administration’s proposed corporate tax cuts are already affecting affordable housing developers in New York City who use tax credits to finance their projects.

Finra targets firms hiring brokers with checkered pasts

InvestmentNews | January 05, 2017

New York City public company transactions partner Dick Langan is quoted in this article about the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s plans to establish an exam unit in 2017 to handle how brokerage firms hire and supervise representatives who may have a history of misconduct.

An open letter to Dr. Ben Carson: Nixon Peabody’s Deborah VanAmerongen shares her thoughts for the next HUD secretary

Affordable Housing Finance | January 03, 2017

In this open letter to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) secretary nominee Dr. Ben Carson, New York City affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen shares her insights on working with HUD and advice for the future.

2017 predictions: What’s ahead for the affordable housing industry?

Affordable Housing Finance | January 03, 2017

This story focuses on the 2017 affordable housing industry outlook. New York City affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted discussing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program.

MA survey reflects optimism

The Daily Record (NY) | December 21, 2016

This article highlights Nixon Peabody’s annual MAC survey, citing the survey’s findings throughout. New York City public company transactions partner Dick Langan is quoted discussing the 2016 deal landscape and the history of this survey.

New York City Water to sell $400M

The Bond Buyer | November 22, 2016

Nixon Peabody is noted as representing the underwriters in the deal involving the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority and its upcoming plan to sell $400 million of bonds.

Industry leaders cautiously optimistic post-election

Affordable Housing Finance | November 20, 2016

New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article about impacts the election may have on the New York City affordable housing industry. In the article, Deborah emphasizes that President-elect Trump knows real estate finance, is from New York, and likely understands the importance of affordable housing programs.

Persistent Energy Ghana raises $1.5 million to support distribution of solar home systems in Ghana

Tech Moran | October 31, 2016

This story is about Persistent Energy Ghana’s $1.5M debt round financing that will be used as capital to buy solar home systems for low-income households in Ghana. New York City public company transactions partners Dan McAvoy and Richa Naujoks, and Boston global finance partner Frank Hamblett are working on this matter.

NY MTA official says derivatives under control

The Bond Buyer | October 25, 2016

This article is about New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) derivatives program and its recent $632 million closing of Series 2016D transportation revenue refunding bonds. Nixon Peabody is mentioned as co-bond counsel on the deal.

Bayou Shores: A Reminder That Successful Restructurings Require Advice of Experienced Health Care Counsel

Journal of Bankruptcy Law | September 30, 2016

New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas authored this column that discusses the importance of proper planning for health care entities to navigate the legal “shoals” of Bayou Shores and similar cases to arrive at a successful restructuring.

Real Estate Giants: 30 Hudson Yards, New York

Law360 | September 29, 2016

This article, the eighth story in a series looking at the law firms and lawyers behind the 10 tallest U.S. towers currently being built, focuses on 30 Hudson Yards in New York. New York City real estate partner David Portal is noted as representing Hudson Yards Infrastructure Corp.

421-a's Gone, So Affordable Housing's Getting Creative

Bisnow | September 11, 2016

New York City affordable housing partner Aaron Yowell is quoted in this article that looks at the increasing need for affordable housing in New York City and how it’s becoming harder to get this done—especially in light of the loss of the 421-a tax exemption program.

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